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Submitted by B. Williame (Belgium), Apr 2, 2008 at 03:28

you speak of great conquest while it were but some villages, perhaps a city or two...

Alexander the Great... at least he did some conquests during his time.

The Persians had their share as well

The romans ruled a huge empire.

Karel the great had an empire where there would be always sun shining on it.

Those were great empires.

What muhammed (PBUH) conquered during he's time is nothing of that size... But hey, perhaps Allah(PBUH) intended him to do so little in expanding his empire during his days?

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